22 May 2008
A PAIR OF GEORGE IV OAK LOG BASKETS
Of large size, each with a panelled body on bun feet, previously with further screw-in legs
20¾ in. (52.5 cm.) high; 44 in. (112 cm.) wide; 20 in. (71 cm.) deep (2)
The Marquesses of Salisbury, Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, sold Mallams, Oxford, 'Home Farm, Hatfield Park', 30th October 1995, lot 35.
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